You-Ree Shin

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OBJECTIVE To compare the speech perception benefit, provided by a contralateral hearing aid (HA) or a second cochlear implant (CI). STUDY DESIGN Repeated measures. PATIENTS A total of 25 adult subjects participated in the study, including 12 bilateral (10 female and 2 male patients) and 13 bimodal (6 female and 7 male subjects) users. All bilateral(More)
Objectives The present study characterizes the relationship between bimodal benefit and hearing aid (HA) performance, cochlear implant (CI) performance, and the difference in the performances of the two devices. Methods Fourteen adult bimodal listeners participated in the study. Consonant, vowel, and sentence recognition were measured in quiet and noise (at(More)
OBJECTIVES This study investigated whether a spectral mismatch across ears influences the benefit of redundancy, squelch, and head shadow differently in speech perception using acoustic simulation of bilateral cochlear implant (CI) processing. DESIGN Ten normal-hearing subjects participated in the study, and acoustic simulations of CIs were used to test(More)
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